Restaurant owners and managers will see changes in the way their restaurants are inspected next year.
Three local communities will receive state grants for projects that will improve roads and help create jobs, Rep. Rob Kauffman, R-89, said this week.
A proposal to eliminate school property taxes in Pennsylvania is being met with a chorus of different viewpoints. Legislators, representatives of disparate organizations and residents weighed in on the thorny topic.
Being part of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania’s PA Counties Risk Pool Unemployment Trust is paying off for Franklin County. Franklin County has received an average of $49,665 per year since 2015 from the unemployment compensation trust fund.
Chambersburg residents have been using electricity from a landmark landfill-gas-to-electricity power plant at Progressive Waste’s Blue Ridge Landfill in Scotland for five years now.
The Franklin County Commissioners recently approved the 2019-2020 Human Services Block Grant plan.
Franklin County Commissioners reviewed floor plans this week for a new 35,772 square-foot administration complex at North Second and Grant Streets.
In an effort to better protect the public and prison corrections staff by ensuring dangerous criminals are held accountable, the House passed a package of bills this week known as the “Smart Justice” package, said Rep. Rob Kauffman (R-89), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, which first vetted the bills.
Powell was chosen from a field of eleven nominations. His ability to interact with the public in a positive way is one of the traits earning him the February honor.
The Auditor General Eugene DePasquale said today that he will be revisiting his 2013 special performance audit of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture’s Dog Law Enforcement Office.
Franklin County’s Chief Juvenile Probation Officer, Kathleen “Kati” McGrath, is Pennsylvania’s 2019 Chief Probation Officer of the Year.
To encourage charities and businesses to donate excess food to organizations that can distribute that food to the needy, the entity doing the donating is generally exempt from any legal liability provided that the donation is made “in good faith.”
Doug Mastriano was quickly welcomed to the Pennsylvania Senate following his landslide win over Democrat Sarah Hammond Tuesday.
Auditor General Eugene DePasquale today said his new performance audit shows the Pennsylvania Game Commission should strengthen its financial oversight and hold gas and oil companies accountable for lease royalty payments.
The stage has been set to provide a new home for Chambersburg’s public work’s facility, but it won’t cost local residents a penny in extra taxes.
Rep. Rob Kauffman led the committee in voting on a package of bills to keep firearms out of the hands of criminals and those with mental health issues.
Veterans Affairs Coordinator Tara Goetz is Franklin County’s November Employee of the Month.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf called on the federal government Wednesday for help sustaining small businesses and nonprofits during the novel coronavirus outbreak.
Franklin County Commissioners recognized Verdona “Dee” Allison recently for over 20 years as a volunteer ombudsman, helping people living in long-term care.